The Marlborough-Blenheim Hotel was a historic resort hotel property in Atlantic City, New Jersey, was built in 1902–1906. Josiah White III first built the Queen Anne style Marlborough House. The hotel was financially successful and in 1905, he chose to expand. He then added a separate tower called Blenheim.
In June 1977, Bally Manufacturing, the world's largest producer of slot machines, took control of the two properties. The buildings were imploded in the fall of 1978. Bally's Park Place now stands at this location. Photo by John Margolies